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Fortune Insurance Brokers specialise in providing multiple fast and easy insurance quotes for your welding business. We provide quick and affordable quotes from Australia’s top Business Insurers for Welders Public Liability Insurance, Tools of Trade Cover, Commercial Motor, Excavator and Bobcat Insurance and more. Whether you are just starting up a new business, or have been trading for a while and just want to see what’s on the market, give us a call and we would be happy to help!

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We have spent years helping provide welding and boilermaker businesses with multiple quotes for their business insurances, helping you make the right choice for your company. With our experienced team behind you, we understand the needs of both small and large welding businesses.

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    Whether you conduct welding on your own premises, or weld on site on fabrication projects. You’ll know the risks associated with fires and nearby flammable substances.

    Because of this, damages to the workshop/ premises is one of the highest claim incidences seen to date. Generally, smoking around the workshop causes the majority of fires.

    Some of the other most claimed on insurance policies for welders are Public liability, Products Liability and workers compensation. If your business activities include steel -fixing or structural work, your liability exposure is a lot higher than the average welders policy. So making sure you’re insured for the correct activities is very important. For more information regarding Safe Working Environments, click here to go to Safe Work Australia.


    How We Can Help Welding Contractors

    We have insurance brokers with years of experience when it come to placing Welders with the correct insurance policy. With that being said, it is important to ensure that all of the information you provide to us is true and correct. Generally, we will ask you a series of questions to ensure that we have the correct insurance policy for you. Granted, we understand that you cannot always foresee the welding or fabrication projects you may be working on over the course of the next year. So what we do is try to categorise your situation to either high-risk or low-risk.


    What makes my situation high risk?

    Generally, a low risk situation would involve welding work conducted in a safe workshop. Additionally, a safe workshop would comply with all & relevant Australian Safety Standards. In comparison to a high risk environment, which could involve work in the following industries. These industries would include:


    Chemical Plants

    Petrol, Oil or Gas Production Facilities

    Offshore Platforms / Oil Rigs

    Airports / Aircraft

    Underground Work / Mine Sites

    Work on conveyor belt systems

    Work on Trains or Watercraft

    If you are working in the welding or heat works industry and are looking for more ways to reduce risk on site, please click here to go to the WorkSafe Queensland article on Welding.